Boston, MAUSA 02122
May 12, 2013
"Emperor Mage," by Tamora Pierce
This question is impossible to answer. I don't even know where I would start. Jane Austen's "Northanger Abbey" is a contender.
Tamora Pierce (still), Oscar Wilde, Jane Austen, and I have a volatile love-hate relationship with Victor Hugo.
Agnes Grey by Anne Bronte. I don't even remember what it's supposed to be about, but "The Tenant of Wildfell Hall" was amazing.
"I accidentally bought the abridged version! I can't possibly read an abridged version..."
Since finishing my English major I have tried to keep up reading Serious Literature, but I've really missed the discussion/criticism element. And I sometimes need to be prodded into picking up those thousand-page 19th century novels...